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Showing posts with label employment lawyer. Show all posts
Showing posts with label employment lawyer. Show all posts

Monday, August 14, 2023

New York Post - Attorney Andrew Lieb Interviewed on Workplace Rights / Union Implications

Attorney Andrew Lieb shared insights with the NY Post on workplace rights and union implications. While unions offer protections, they come with legal nuances. Addressing concerns internally, like through HR, is advised, yet unresolved issues may call for legal steps. Strikes, powerful yet consequential, need judicious thought. Lieb delves into factors like "strikes as a last resort" and the importance of a compliant workplace culture.  #WorkplaceRights #UnionConsiderations #LegalInsights #StrikeResponsibly #LiebatLaw #EmployeeAdvocacy #attorneyandrewlieb #employmentlawyer #Sagaftra

Wednesday, March 15, 2023

Understanding Wrongful Termination: When You May Have a Case for Legal Action

Wrongful termination is a serious issue that can have significant consequences for employees who have been unfairly dismissed from their jobs. If you believe that you have been wrongfully terminated, it's important to understand what types of situations can give rise to a case for wrongful termination.

There are two main scenarios in which an employee may have a case for wrongful termination. 
  1. Termination from whistleblowing or reporting a violation of law / safety to a supervisor or government agency. 
  2. Termination from discrimination based on your demographics, which can include race, color, national origin, religion, sex, familial status, handicap / disability, sexual orientation, domestic violence victim status, stalking victim status, gender identity / expression, marital status, gender, creed, age, alienage status, citizenship status, ethnic background, pregnancy, arrest / sealed conviction record, and other protected categories.

If you believe that your termination falls under either of these scenarios, you may have a case for wrongful termination and you should seek legal representation. A qualified attorney will help you understand your rights and options and can work to get you the compensation that you deserve.

Contact Lieb at Law to find out how to get in touch with one of our litigation lawyers soon. Lieb at Law offers attorneys licensed to practice law in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Colorado, and in the federal courts. 

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